Margaret Gasby Greely, American marketing executive, entrepreneur. Recipient Kizzy award Black Women's Hall of Fame, 1980; selected as one of America's Top 100 Black Business and Professional Women, Dollars and Sense Magazine, 1986. Member American Marketing Association, National Academy television Arts & Sciences, American Film Institute, Museum Broadcasting.
Divorced; 1 daughter, Janine Seals. A.A., Wayne County Community College, 1971. Bachelor of Arts, Wayne State University, 1972.
Master of Arts in Public Administration, Harvard University, 1982. Community services manager United States Census Bureau, Detroit, 1975-1980. Communications consultant Gasby Communications, New York City, 1981-1984.
Marketing director W National Educational Television/Thirteen, New York City, since 1984. Consultant Group W Cable, New York City, American Express Company, New York City, City of Philadelphia, City of Cincinnati. Host Black Viewpoint, Way of New York City-television.
Board directors Young Women’s Christian Association Metropolitan Detroit, 1980. Member Friends of Boys Choir of Harlem, 1985. Committee member Jazz Mobile, 1985.
President Center for Black Success, 1985.